The Sources Table

The Sources Table

The Sources Table

See also features in
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Tables
which are common to all tables.

What is shown in the table?

Statements filter is ON
Statements filter is OFF
Transforms filter is ON
Sources which contribute to the final map
Sources which contribute to the final map
Transforms filter is OFF
All the sources contributing the selected statements
All the sources in the file
The sources table lists all of the respondents and any additional data collected about them (sex, age, location, education).
This table can be useful to check that all the sources have been uploaded into the app correctly. The table also provides a summary of the respondents which can be useful for presenting respondent demographics in the report, either in the sampling section or as an appendix.
This table is not always the same as the raw sources data which you upload and which can be seen under the File tab if the sources you upload have source_ids for which there are not actually any statements. This might happen if you upload all your sources at the start and only upload statements batch by batch.

Fields

There are many fields you can use as columns or rows, such as:
  • source_id. A code which matches the field source_id in the statements table.
  • Any other fields which you have uploaded.